Con of Thrones exclusive: Joe Dempsie on his hoped-for Season 8 duo, Gendry’s marriage prospects, and more

Actors: they’re just like us. They have favorite movies, they ride the subway — and they really want the long-hyped Cleganebowl to happen. “Definitely the Hound and the Mountain,” Joe Dempsie said in an exclusive interview with Watchers on the Wall during last weekend’s Con of Thrones, when asked which duos he’d like to see […]

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Sean Bean solves the mystery of Ned’s final words, makes his pick for who wins the Iron Throne

It was the moment that shook Game of Thrones viewers to the core: the Season 1 beheading of Ned Stark (Sean Bean), one of the show’s most important characters (and before Kit Harington, Emilia Clarke and others became household names, arguably its biggest star). It set the precedent that no one was safe in the dangerous […]

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Liam Cunningham says the pressure is on to make Season 8 live up to expectations

Although it won’t be until 2019, we know that Game of Thrones is indeed coming to a close, and wrapping up the world’s most popular television series comes with its own set of challenges — not the least of which is bringing it to a satisfactory end for its fans around the globe. Liam Cunningham (Davos Seaworth) is just […]

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Emilia Clarke graces Harper’s Bazaar’s cover, talks love, life, and sex on Game of Thrones

Don’t misunderstand: Emilia Clarke adores her role as Daenerys Targaryen on Game of Thrones. But she’s also sick of hearing people talk about the show’s dragons and nudity instead of its rich story and complex characters. “I’m starting to get really annoyed about this stuff now because people say, ‘Oh, yeah, all the porn sites went down […]

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John Bradley on the “Downside” of Game of Thrones, and Maisie Williams Uses Her Fame For Good

Working on the sets of Game of Thrones isn’t always sunshine and daisies. Just ask John Bradley whose character, Samwell Tarly has been put through the ringer several times over. While he was kept in the North over the first 5 seasons, Bradley was given the opportunity to travel southward and experience other locations in seasons […]

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Off Broadway Gets the Game of Thrones Treatment – An Exclusive Interview with the Musical’s Sansa!

Will Choi as Joffrey Baratheon and Allison Lobel as Sansa Stark Here’s a first, Game of Thrones fans. GOT is headed to NY, making its off-Broadway debut. While it’s unaffiliated with HBO, is there no medium of entertainment in which the GOT bulldozer won’t dominate? First a NY Times bestselling book series, then a revolutionary TV show, which led to […]

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Game of Thrones’ Jerome Flynn on what drives Bronn and which Lannister brother he prefers

Jerome Flynn’s postman may have stopped talking to him after Bronn brought down Drogon, but it seems plenty of people still want to hear what the Game of Thrones star has to say. Today we bring you highlights from three recent interviews with the would-be dragonslayer and Westeros swim team champion. Read on for Flynn’s […]

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